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it from here. >>> for weeks jurors have sat and watched jodi arias cry, explain her lies. now, it is their turn to ask the questions. i'm brooke baldwin. the news is now. some are calling it the next crisis. tuition at public universities making a record jump. so we're asking, is college worth it? >>> plus -- a confession in the acid attack against a ballet director. >>> and -- knives in the skies. why the tsa's policy change has flight attendants absolutely livid. >>> here we go. top of the hour. i'm brooke baldwin. day 16 on that witness stand for jodi arias and this could be the finale for the accused murderer. just about an hour from now, in phoenix, the woman charged with killing her ex-boyfriend, travis alexander, in a shooting, slashing and stabbing rage of jealousy, is to testify again. and today is the day she will answer to the jury. you heard me right. questions from the jury. let me show you the judge. here she is. this is sherry stevens. starting just about an hour ago, she and the lawyers begin sifting through these 100 questions submitted in writing by the juror
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for jodi arias in her murder trial. details on that when we continue. >>> you may not have realized this, the dow hit a record high today adding more than 125 points. it's a new high. broke through levels last seen in 2007, 5 1/2 years ago. you may remember the economy was on the verge of a tailspin. today the gains in the dow come on a different economic picture. what does it mean for everybody, including 401(k)s. ali velshi joins me now. one ceo said this may be the biggest bull market of his career. >> it's been huge. the market hate low on march 9, 2009 when we were in the midst of losing hundreds of thousands of jobs a month. back then people didn't feel like investing. average investors didn't feel like investing, but that was the low. we were on tv together when that was going on. to prosper in this country, one of three things needs to happen. you need to have your investments increasing in value, your home increasing in value or your wage increasing. we haven't seen wage increases at the rate we've needed to. homes are coming back. that's a long-term investment. you have to have
. also a turning point in the jodi arias trial. attorneys wrapping up their redirect with the defendant talking about that faithful night when she killed her boyfriend, but she is not finished testifying yet. now she will face questions from the jury. >> there is a part of me that -- that doesn't ever want to right and a part of me that i feel like i'm the person who deserves to sit with those memories that i don't have right now. [ loud party sounds ] hi, i'm ensure clear... clear, huh? i'm not juice or fancy water. i've gotine grams of protein. that's three times more than me! [ female announcer ] ensure clear. nine grams protein. zero fat. in blueberry/pomegranate and peach. nine grams protein. zero fat. but that doesn't mean i don't want to make money.stor. i love making money. i try to be smart with my investments. i also try to keep my costs down. what's your plan? ishares. low cost and tax efficient. find out why nine out of ten large professional investors choose ishares for their etfs. ishares by blackrock. call 1-800-ishares for a prospectus which includes investment objective
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. so the defense team had about an hour and a half with those questions, presumably, jodi arias has already seen these questions. she has had time to prepare. as you know, as you have seen, she receives the question from whatever attorney is asking her and then she turns to the jurors and looks at them. she does it like this and like this. she is attempting to make some sort of connection there. well, there will be a lot revealed in whatever questions are asked today. shep? >> shepard: you know, like half the states allow for questions from jurors. it's up to the judge's discretion and 99% the time it doesn't happen. in three states this is common practice. how does it change the system when jurors get to ask questions? >> it changes it immeasurablably. in my state it's discretionary. it changed during my time in practice. i tended not to like it because i think jurors shouldn't have made up their minds as they have gone along with the presumption of innocence. and the questions that they ask, i mean, they are not the lawyers in the case. it's kind of a deviation from our system tha
with the jodi arias trial. these jurors through the judge have been able to ask her questions. this is very rare. drew and paula, final thoughts? >> back to the sex issue again and the viewers have to be thinking why does a trial last for two months? there's only one reason, this is a death penalty case. this judge has no choice but to let the defense and for that matter the prosecution go into all these extraneous issues that they would never otherwise be able to go into, all of the sex talk, the gossip, nothing unturned because this judge does not want to get reversed so it all comes in and unfortunately the arizona taxpayers, they are writing a check for this as we speak. >> very interesting. paula bloom, someone was yawning in the courtroom. obviously they are paying attention to a degree. >> that's right. i was wondering if you know that you're going to be able to ask questions, how does that affect what you ask as questions. i wonder if the lawyers are kicking themselves saying, why didn't we bring that up? >> if there are holes, they can deal with it in rebuttal. i'm brooke baldwin. thank
. almost as bad on the stand besides eric holder's reaction was jodi arias. two deer in the headlights. >> andrea: could you talk that long, greg? >> greg: i couldn't stand that long. for sure. i get tired. i love that he is fighting drones with drones. he is just going to drone for hours and hours. genius. by the way, i think his name should go from rand paul to rand personal. we havperm. we have drones in benghazi. like they are misunderstood lady bugs wit. he is fearful of rifle with mass death from above from an ominous government. >> andrea: kimberly, this is scary stuff when you look at it. the president basically, i think came out and said we are allowed to kill americans and they put out the memo to the justice department with a drone. that was a cyb, cover your butt memo because they have technically killed american sits they consider to be terrorists. where do you fall on this? >> kimberly: the legal arguement is they feel they have clear and convincing evidence that the individuals while they're american citizens turned. in fact, posed dangerous threat. become terrorists in
what he was like, what impact he had on venezuela and what happens now. >>> also tonight, jodi arias on the stand trying to explain how one gunshot, 29 knife wounds and one cut throat somehow added up to self-defense. i will speak with senior legal analyst jeffrey toobin, hln's nancy grace and criminal defense attorney mark geragos. it was another fascinating day of testimony on the witness stand. those stories also, a side of olympian runner and accused murderer oscar pistorius you might not know, a darker side involving alcohol and guns, cover-ups and intimidation. we send investigative reporter drew griffin to south africa. he is there for us tonight, keeping them honest. all that and tonight's "ridiculist" and more at the top of the hour. >>> our fifth story "outfront," the rise of hate in america. oberland college in ohio suspended classes this week after a student reported seeing someone dressed in ku klux klan robes. it follows a string of recent hate incidents on campus. last august, a 40-year-old ex-soldier turned white supremacist rocker shot up a sikh temple in oak creek,
worse. >> nick paton walsh, our thanks to you this morning. >>> 44 past the hour. when the jodi arias trial resumes this an in phoenix, the accused killer will be answering questions from the jury. arizona is one of just three states that actually allows jurors to submit questions for witnesses once prosecution and defense lawyers have finished their questioning. they will have 100 questions in total. the defense says travis alexander's murder was self-defense. arias in her 15th day on the witness stand testified about her boyfriend's past abuse. >> at first i thought of clawing at his face, but then i couldn't do that. i didn't feel right to gouge his eyes out or something. >> so arias has testified she shot alexander, but claims that she has zero memory of stabbing him 27 times or cutting his throat. >> so jeb bush is now front and center in the nation's immigration debate and now many people are wondering if that has implications for the 2016 presidential race.former florida governor has written a new book making his case for an overhaul of the nation's immigration system. and he s
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